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Prosecution will not seek the death penalty in Kellogg quadruple homicide

Apartment Complex in Kellogg Idaho, location of quadruple murder
Posted at 3:51 PM, Jun 22, 2023

In court documents released Wednesday, the prosecution has submitted a notice of intent to Not seek the death penalty in the case against Majorjon Kaylor for killing four neighbors in Kellogg, Idaho.

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The killings took place at a multi-family apartment complex in Kellogg on June 19. Upon responding to a 911 call reporting shots fired, police arrived to find four people dead. Officials later reported the identities of the victims, all being members of the same family.

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The four family members were shot and killed on Father's Day by Kaylor, after an alleged incident involving 18-year-old Devin Smith committing lewd acts in view of the assailant's daughters.

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Kaylor, who was taken into custody and being held without bond, has requested the services of a public defender.

The next scheduled court appearance for Kaylor is July 3.